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. >> okay. >> do you see that? >> yeah. >> this, yeah, that pointer works. so where bob is pointing that is the open space connection. >> i see. maybe you could see it if i do this. this is open space right here. >> and the town houses? >> thank you. >> they are right there. >> in the northwest corner of the parcel? >> that is an existing project residential project, a private development. >> with a bit of an irregular shape and there is plenty of room to put a 400 foot tower as well as the podium level buildings. here is just another view, this is looking east on folsom treat and you can see the tower and the buildings next to it and you get a good view of the try angular parcel that is next to it. you can see the retail on the ground floor and the tower on the right and one of the podium buildings on the left. and here is a close up of the entrance to that open space, again, it is publicly accessible open space and they can close it off at night but the hope is that during the daytime, all of the time it will be opened to the public and it will also be served on both sides by reta
around the world. bob dahl weighs in on how it's impacting the global. the "countdown to the closing bell" begins right now. ♪ cheryl: i'm cheryl casone in for liz claman. it is the last hour of trading, and the count down's beginning, and the dow is making somewhat of a big turn around right now after dropping more than 109 p points. the dow trying to squeeze through the green a little more than 30 minutes ago, now down 26 points as you can see on your screen. u.s. markets have been falling in global selloff in response to cypress' plan for a deposit tax. now it seems like we're shrugging off those headlines. now, shares of hewlett-packard and verizon are helping the dow recover some grounds after upgrades from morgan stanley. verizon actually hitting more than an 11.5-year high today. there's the stock, up 87 cents, 48.89, as you can see on your screen. we're not getting any help from financials today. it's the worst performing sector following suit with some of these european banking counterparts. check out some of these euro financial names that are actually trading here in this cou
to not be having a huge impact on the equity markets. so what is moving the market today? bob pisani is in the middle of the action here at big board. >> take a look at the dow, bill. it's been a fairly narrow trading range, but also fairly narrow in europe. down two to one declining against advancing stocks. but we are still moving relative to europe. put up a chart here of the european markets versus the u.s. markets. that green is the european markets, the white is the u.s. market's intraday. they track each other perfectly. we are moving in tandem with europe. don't kid yourself, most people i talk to think they have to have some form of taxation on deposits. they have no other way of getting money and the european union is saying they have to find out some way of raising money. notice china is down again. you see that fxi, the big china etf, down again four days in a row. the china market is a real big worry. it's not getting a lot of publicity, but it's out there. also out there, these oil service numbers. yesterday, schlumberger, big oil service company, north american activit
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.c., is not the easiest thing to do. there is a new app called the hinge app. dating app. bob, you might find this interesting. they put out a list of where the best looking workforce in washington, d.c., is. number two on the list, united senate. not talking senators but staffers. ladies that watch the show, you might want to head on over. >> bob: bob's house. >> eric: fox news. >> greg: definitely. >> kimberly: bob, you are up. >> bob: my favorite author and i think up with of america's because he sells so much, harlan colenad has a new book out. iial you to buy it. they will turn in a movie. hugh jackman will be cast in the lead. "six years." coben can write. he is brilliant. >> kimberly: is thatco authored by greg gutfeld? that is it for "the five." thank you for watching. see you here tomorrow. ♪ ♪ >> bret: is president obama really ready to go to war over iran's nuclear program? one israeli leader says the u.s. is not chicken. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. from the israeli government perspective, a country living with the threat of a nuclea
us through that. we're going to start with bob pisani. risk seems to be back on in the market a little bit. >> that's a good point. for a long time the bears have been insisting that the global economy is not as healthy as this teflon stock market in the united states would indicate, and now they've got some ammunition. two companies from fed ex and from caterpillar. now, caterpillar had dismal three-month sales numbers. really shocked a lot of people. fed ex, of course, had disappointing earnings situation, lower than expected international volume. now people are saying, see, we told you. here are who big companies who are saying it's not as big as everybody said. deere got a downgrade from wells fargo. i'll talk more about that in the 2:00. a little bit of good news on housing. keeps rolling along. lenore, 34% increase in building. >> we'll see you back in a few minutes. ty, we'll send it back up to you. >> thank you very much. bob just gave you a very clear shot at the market picture, so what's driving it? well, obviously three developing stories and we're going to cue you
ahead, john, as we look at what mr. bob herbold said. >> oracle's got a really tough culture. this is q4, this is their time to perform. they're out to make money. that's what it comes down to. i don't know if they'll get their feelings hurt and turn in resumes. >> gentlemen, thank you very much. >>> hewlett-packard, a shaky turnaround, but hewlett-packard still has money to investors. boosting its quarterly dividend. hp stock up more than 60% this year so far. also, of course, watching the rival dell. our andrew ross sorkin at an event in new orleans, he's reporting there that the sentiment is that blackstone, the big private equity firm, will not make a bid for dell. those comments moving the stock and not in a good way. it's down 12 cents. that little chart kind of overstates the amount of the drop. but it is down today, sue. >> indeed it is, ty. thank you. >>> and now to the russian rage over the way the europeans are handling the crisis in cyprus. a place where a lot of powerful russians have an awful lot of money. steve sedgwick is live in moscow reporting on possible russian solut
&p is off about 9. bob pisani is here to tell us what is going on. there's a lot of headline risk in the market today. >> and we're back moving on europe now. >> exactly. given 38 to the downside is not that bad. >> even europe is not reacting that much. let me show you the euro. everyone goes crazy talking about the euro. perhaps the finance minister may be resigning, we're trying to confirm that for sure. that's what we've been hearing. and on words that the governing body there, the party of the majority may not even vote on the vote itself. the euro dropped. so the dow jones industrial dropped on that news. in fact, put up the dow, you can see it's in parallel and you can take a look now at the two main etfs here. the u.s. stock market, total market, etf, you can buy that. there is ivv. they are moving in tandem here. people ask me, gee, why is this happening? i'll put it simply, right now the ecb and imf have it. if they don't pay a tax, 85.8 billion euros, they are going to stop providing assistance to the banks. they will provide assistance, no deal on taxes, no deal to pro
the story out. bob beckel heard about it. he protested the vietnam war, was not for the war but when he saw the way the war was treated by the people of vietnam and the american contestants, here's what he said. >> i'll tell you one thing, cbs, a great network, you don't want to become known as the communist bass tarred sympathizers. >>gretchen: he demanded apology from cbs. last night if you were watching the amazing race, they did start off the show with an apology. >> we want to apologize to veterans, particularly those who served in vietnam, as well as to their families and any viewers who were offended by the broadcast. all of us here have the most profound respect for the men and women who fight for our country. >>steve: good for bob beckel. he did push it on "the five." here on fox news channeling the v.f.w. and other veterans groups called for cbs to do something about it, to apologize. they didn't hear from them, didn't hear from the producer until that slate showed up on "the amazing race" last night. >>brian: congratulations. >>gretchen: it sounds like it was the host announcing.
. >> i love the note this morning more than anything. >> i mean, he's quoting bob seeger saying i know it's late. i know you're weary. a lot of people have upgraded the stock. >> this is a night move upgrade. >> it is. but we think more of let's make it last, let's find a way. so i was thinking of seger, but this is a company that's still going against the wind. you know what i wind? >> i was going do pete seger who really wanted to date me. he's calling it a frank blake moment. i'd like to say, gary balter when blockbuster video would go to 18 cents and it exceeded 100. the management is pretty horrible and he didn't know how to install a tv. this is a -- look, he had to start coverage and who knows when he would be able to recommend it earlier, but it is a great piece. >> it is a great piece. do you agree the comparison between jolie and frank blake because those are big shoes to fill. frank blake, a doctorate in law. frank blake is generous. there will never be another frank blake. >> i didn't like it either. i didn't believe it. all of the other parts of the argument i may be able to
business and our own bob pisani. good to have you on the program. >> good to be here. >> once again, europe on the front pages. it's going to be bad for confidence. do you think people should look at this and say, wait a minute, let me take money out of the stock market? >> well, i don't think that's going to be the long-term sitwausi situation. in the short term it raises a lot of nerves. the good news is that they're working towards making this a little bit more palatable. perhaps lowering the amount they ask for from insured depositors or perhaps even eliminating that and just focusing on the uninsured depositors. >> that's not happening. >> not yet. again, there's the possibility. >> bob, the futures were ugly over the weekend when this story was unfolding. asia was down 2% overnight. we are not by any stretch of the imagination that way. is this about the resilience of our market or are we just figuring out cyprus is a one shot deal? >> you're right. concern was high yesterday. why has there been no freak out today? as i call around, the market tends to believe the ecb and the fed are
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very close in the s&p this morning, coming within a point of its all-time closing high. bob pisani on the reversal of fortune and when that new high might come. >>> later, young people buying retirement homes, you say. well, it's happening a lot, actually. why some say it's a better investment right now than a 401(k). that's later on "the closing bell." >> really? >> yes, it is. >> wow. they don't have pictures of my kids. they don't have my yoga mat. and still, i feel at home. could it be the flat screen tv? the not so mini fridge? ♪ the different free dinner almost every weeknight? or maybe, it's all of the above. and all the rest. am i home? nope. but it almost feels that way. homewood suites by hilton. be at home. homewood suites by hilton. anbe a name and not a number?tor scottrade. ron: i'm never alone with scottrade. i can always call or stop by my local office. they're nearby and ready to help. so when i have questions, i can talk to someone who knows exactly how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. that's why i'm with scottrade. announcer: scot
. but today bob massi has some invaluable advice for renters. that's next. >> brian: then think your woman is cheating or you have a cheating husband? she gets a billboard to get revenge. you'll see the ultimate revenge taken so everyone can see. hi, jennifer. hi,[ michael. >> steve: many americans want to own their own home. sometimes renting is the better option. so how can you make sure you're protected as a tenant against things like damage or foreclosure? fox news legal analyst and real estate expert bob massi is here with answers and joins us from vegas, baby. good morning to you. >> hey, steve. >> steve: first one, i've had this problem and maybe you can answer it. if you are a tenant, bob, and you signed a lease, what do you do to forget yourself as it relates to the condition of the house? the reason i mentioned it, i had this problem when i had a place on the upper east side of new york city. when i left, the guy who owned the place said, i'm not going to give you any of your money back, the security deposit, because the couch was dirty. boohoo. he had to clean the couch. but i d
, and there are agents that are interesting, and i think they are significant. yes? can you tell us, bob, what you have brewing next? >> yes, i'd be happy to do it because i trust ul -- i'll be back here in a few years. [laughter] it's always a pleasure to come. i am writing a novel, which is a wonderful experience for me about george washington, and i get to do two things in the novel. i get to have washington, martha, the circle of people around them which had grown constantly larger, and what they do during those years, and that's the first thing. the second thing is i get to give the reader snapshots of george washington and martha washington as well reflecting upon events in the past and what they met and how they see them now after a period of time. now, it is at that point that the book becomes truly fiction and not history, and why am i doing this? well, because i'd always thought it would be fun to write a novel, but, you know, asking myself why? what makes it fun is that it enables you to do something you cannot do as a historian, and that is go beyond the evidence, go beyond existing evidenc
't they do it? >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm bob simon. even though fraud played a significant role in the 2008 meltdown of the american economy, as of late 2012, there have been several civil suits filed against major wall street financial firms, but not a single criminal prosecution. in this edition, we look back at the 2008 financial crisis and the failure of government regulators to prosecute those who might be criminally responsible. later, lehman brothers bankruptcy investigator anton valukas shares his findings on the collapse of the giant investment bank where no senior official has ever faced charges in the biggest bankruptcy in u.s. history. but first we begin with a nine-month 60 minutes investigation looking for wall street cases that might have prosecutorial merit. in december 2011, steve kroft reported on two such cases. we begin with a woman named eileen foster, a former senior executive at countrywide financial, one of the epicenters of the crisis. >> do you believe that there are people at countrywide who belong behind bars? >> yes. >> do you want to give me their n
manufacturers not in a good way. she was told to back off for face a lawsuit. abc's bob woodruff has her story. >> reporter: it is the fastest growing segment of the beverage industry, energy drinks with high sugar and caffeine content. when nutritionist deborah kennedy publish a newsletter telling parents of elementary school children they should never allow energy drinks and they're dangerous and children have died from drinking them. monster fired back with a cease and desist letter as she tells dr. oz in an interview set to air next tuesday. >> basically said i have to retract the statement or they will threaten to sue me. i am a mom with two young kids. i think it is atrocious. >> reporter: dr. bob arnett is the company's medical consultant. >> keep in mind there is no evidence it caused any of this at all. >> reporter: what deborah kennedy was referring to was a highly publicized lawsuit claiming a 14-year-old, had died of cardiac arrhythmia caused by caffeine toxicity after she consumed two 24 ounce cans of the drink. monster denies any responsibility in her death. she also had an under
loopholes. it also means arranging our tax system so that we have economic growth. >> i want to thank bob for saying that. that's what the president is trying to set up. both sides sitting down on a bipartisan basis, not eliminating medicare as i'm afraid the paul ryan budget would do, but making sure it will survive tore generations to come. putting revenues on the table that are fair and won't penalize the working people across america. and making sure it's a balanced approach. i think what bob corker said from his side is a basic set of principles that both parties can rally over. >> brian: what do you think? are we close? >> it sounds like they're getting there. it sounds like they're getting a clot closer. we hope it will be the right deal and i was surprised to hear tax increases because we're already one of the great taxed nations on earth. but they sound like we're getting a little closer. >> ainsley: john boehner says as far as he's concerned, that conversation is overment taxes have already been increased for mens back in january with the fiscal cliff. >> they made the tax deal
, paulson called the then-c.e.o. bob williamson. calls him on the phone and says we're going to give you one opportunity, the only one, you're going to get $85 billion, we'll lend you $85 billion at 14.5% interest everybody getting access to the fed window is down 1.5% to 2%. and we're going to take 79.9% of the equity. then he said incidentally, you're fired. sign the agreement. he said no, you've just fired me why would i sign the agreement? so he sends in ed liddy. ed liddy is on the goldman board he signs the agreement and resigns from the goldman board three days later of the $85 billion, $65 billion goes out the back door. $14 of it goes to goldman sachs. >> rose: the reason i am telling this story is because it is at the heart of the suit you have filed on behalf of stockholders. thnotion that there was a deal made that the bailout deed was not in the interest of the shareholders of a.i.g. that's the essential argument you're making. >> yes, it was the takings, we have the constitution that says you can't -- government can't take property without compensation. >> rose: why do you thin
: jay carney is bobbing and weaving over the country. has the president ever talked to anyone? has the president talked to any survivors. here is what he said. >> to your knowledge, has president obama made any effort to meet with or speak with any of the benghazi survivors himself? >> you know, we don't talk about specifics in terms of the president's visits to walter reed. >> or elsewhere? >> i don't have anything for you onow the answer to that question. >> anna: you would think that would be one of the first things the president would do following the incident that happened on september 11 is meet with these folks, especially since we're told there were requests for additional security that appears to not have come to fruition for them. >> exactly. we actually don't even know what the president was doing that night on 9-11. i guess he was in the white house. he had a half hour conversation about benghazi, never spoke again with the defense secretary, did not speak directly with hillary clinton, we were told. all of this is very strange. the hacking element is just one more biza
. let's check in on bob pisani on what is moving here on the floor. >> japan is up 2% and they're just on fire. asia's mixed and europe is on the mixed side and here in the u.s. we're doing all right. airlines are roaring. banks are up. bank of america is up 1.5. the homebuilders are up. on cyprus, your guess is as good as mine. here's my guess, at the end of the day they'll go to 100,000 euros and they'll keep that deposit on 100,000 intact. yes, they're talking about 20,000 and they'll be under pressure to go all of the way up and yes, they'll get the russian oligarchs annoyed and the exploits annoyed and at end of the day they'll get close to $100,000 and that will go a long way to calm the contagion fears. the rest of europe isn't going to be that foolish. let's move on. did you see the homebuilders? the main etf for homebuilders and that's the itd in a five-year high and housing recovery chugging along and well above estimates. here's the number. year over year. single family starts are up 31% compared to february of last year. multifamilies are up 21%. permits are at their highes
privacy. january of last year bob was arrested during a protest in san francisco. he says police handcuffed him, took his cell phone and started looking through his private messages. >> my cell phone had nothing to do with why i was arrested. we shouldn't give up our right to privacy. >> yesterday he and the aclu filed a lawsuit against san francisco. they want to prevent police from searching cell phones without a warrant. right now this is legal under federal law but this is the first time the issue has been raised under california law. san francisco has 30 days to respond to the lawsuit. >> 8:40. big changes are coming to the tonight show. new reports say when jay leno retires, jimmy fallon will be the new host. the network says still hasn't signed a deal with jimmy fallon and no timetable for the changes. but insiders say it's going to happen before the fall of next year and a new york studio is already being built. >>> new zealand joining the list of countries that are upset about the oscar winning movie argo. claims new zealand diplomates declined to take in a group of amer
's check in with bob and he's on the floor this morning with more of what's moving. >> happy monday. weir well off of our lows and now we're only down 72 and the financials are weak and energy stocks and some of the materials are down 1%. all of the gold stocks are to the upside. you know, i asked around saturday and said why did they go after the deposits so much and apparently the answer i got from people who watch this stuff was that was all there was to go after and there was not a lot else they could seize in any way easily and with all of this said, can i just take the other side of this about not protesting too much? there were plenty of one-off taxes in europe. the italians have been screaming for months about this. they had a whole new bunch of taxes on their financial assets and some of capital gains and not all on deposits and there were a lot of one-off taxes in europe reese leent and will we have some kind of bank run? there have been safety programs in the last two years put into effect and they have the bond-buying program and the ecb, able to buy cheap loans and the ltro p
pregnant. you're glowing. >> bob roth, david lynch foundation, taught ray galio how to do meditation. it was amazeng. >> a different david lynch? >> actually not. >> it is amazing. i'm a total skeptic. i thought i was going to sit there and do this mantra stuff. >> how long did you meditate for? >> 20 minutes twice a day. >> did you ohm. >> i have my own mantra. >> you can just use your breath. it doesn't matter. >> corporation wants to increase productivity, want their employees to be healthy. city hall. >> here's the thing. city hall is not telling you to go and meditate. >> it's telling me not to have a 16 ounce soda. that's absurd. warren buffett -- how long has he been living on 2800 calories? if he wants to have a cherry coke, god bless him. this is insane. >> but they end up in our emergency rooms. even if you don't have single payer health care you pay for it. that's the thing. >> and the health care cost inflation is -- >> it's huge. $300 billion is what stress is costing corporate america right now. forget the touchy-feely wanting people to be healthy. start with the bottom
agree with the study. here's some of your responses. >> bob e-mailed. i agree. my wife is my better half. she helps me to settle down and focus on the important things in life. >> sleepy one tweeted i agree. i got married at a young age and could not have accomplished what i have without my wife. >> keeny tweets i agree. now we live in hawaii thanks to hard work and lots of focus. thanks to everyone who responded. it is interesting because it is so different for the women and the men. how do you square that? >> i think as a woman, if you wait a little bit longer, if you want a career, i think it's wise to wait if you can. but when you fall in love, you just fall in love, you got to do it; right? >> our producer said we have no female responses to that, so the women are sleeping in. >> what do you think? >> no comment. have a great day everyone and happy spring! "fox & friends" starts right now. >> good morning. it's wednesday, march 20. i'm alisyn camerota in for gretchen. >>> at least seven marines killed? a training exercise explosion. now outrage over senator harry reid's remarks. it
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